p.26 BUILD A LOW-COST, REMOTE DATA-ENTRY TERMINAL
[author Steve Ciarcia]
This terminal increases the flexibility of computer home-control systems.
p.46 AN 8088 PROCESSOR FOR THE S-100 BUS, Part 1
[author Tom Cantrell]
Part 1 covers the basic design considerations of an S-100 processor board based on Intel's 8088 microprocessor.
p.86 PENNY PINCHER'S JOYSTICK INTERFACE
[author Steven Wexler]
For about $6 and one night's work, you can add this interface to your system.
p.116 APL CHARACTER GENERATOR
[author John W Langer]
This is a simple modification for any video display employing the MCM6571 character generator.
p.126 CONSTRUCTION OF A FOURTH-GENERATION VIDEO TERMINAL, Part 2
[author Theron Wierenga]
Part 2 helps you to complete the construction of the terminal and learn to use the built-in debugging features.
p.242 KHACHIYAN'S ALGORITHM, Part 2: Problems with the Algorithm
[author G C Berresford, A M Rockett, and J C Stevenson]
A practical BASIC program can be used to explore the power and limitations of this new algorithm.
p.270 EXPLORING BALLISTICS WITH YOUR COMPUTER
[author Robert W Jenks]
This BASIC program helps the target shooter to calculate the complex path of bullets.
p.282 AN INTERRUPT-DRIVEN REAL-TIME CLOCK FOR THE TMS 9900
[author Thomas G Morris Jr]
Three selectable interrupt rates make the Texas Instruments 16-bit processor count time.
p.328 A BASIC FLOPPY-DISK ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
[author Joseph J Roehrig]
Here's a complete six-program package keep your budget records in order.
p.76 DISSECTING THE TI SPEAK & SPELL
[author Michael A Rigsby]
With these notes you can move toward the eventual goal of getting this toy to talk under personal computer control.
p.102 MACHINE PROBLEM SOLVING, Part 1: Trial-and Error Search, A Mechanical Plan to Save the Missionaries
[author Peter W Frey]
Simple games help to express this method of solving problems with computers.
p.180 FCC REGULATION OF PERSONAL- AND HOME-COMPUTING DEVICES
[author Terry C Mahn]
New rulings by the FCC will affect the use and manufacture of personal computers.
p.206 VARIETIES OF THREADED CODE FOR LANGUAGE IMPLEMENTATION
[author Terry Ritter and Gregory Walker]
Some kinds of threaded code are position and system independent.
p.230 EDUCATION FORUM: NEW CULTURES FROM NEW TECHNOLOGIES
[author Seymour Papert]
Children should learn to compute in the same way they learn to talk.
p.6 Editorial: Intellectual Ethics and Software
p.66, 322, 324 Programming Quickies
p.304, 308, 310 Book Reviews
p.94 Languages Forum
p.96, 194, 314, 316, 321, 326 Technical Forum
p.114, 312 BYTE's Bits
p.172 Ask BYTE
p.256 Clubs and Newsletters
p.260 Event Queue
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p.336 What's New
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p.400 Reader Service